Phillpots I have a £200 de-humidifier at home I manly use in the winter to take moisture out of the air because of cooking. The amount that is sucked out into a container is quite eyeopening. I must admit the water looks very clear when I dispose of it. However I have never before thought about drinking it. This seems to be quite a good product for certain areas of the world. Just to add, I recently bought an air purifier with Ioniser for use during the summer re pollen. Up to now I think its working. Both of these gadgets though do cost about 50p for about 5 hours of being on.
Friday 24 June 2016, 19:27:42
Equality333 I never thought of this either simple ingnious things hey!